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NSW Ageing Strategy

Department of Family and Community Services Office for Ageing NSW Government Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Australia, New South Wales Policy document community, elderly care, residential care

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The NSW Ageing Strategy is a key step in the NSW Government responding to the challenges related to the ageing population. The NSW Government has developed a whole of government and whole of community strategy which supports individuals to take responsibility for their futures and government to do whatever it can to recognize and remove any barriers to continued participation.

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